Curator Toby Kamps talks about Silence, a new exhibition he organized for the Menil Collection. Inspired by John Cage’s groundbreaking 1952 composition 4'33'', Silence examines some of the attempts by artists over the last century to employ the absence of sound, speech or visual content in their works, as a way of shaping space or consciousness.
July 30th, 2012 12:03 PM
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